Here is a great blog post done by Tim Keller (pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City) about how to use the Psalms for prayer.
The Psalms are in incredibly helpful resource in the Bible for how to deal emotionally with God in real life. This Psalm guide will help you do that.
Monergism.com is an incredibly great place to find all kinds of study resources. It’s one of the websites I frequent most.
Monergism refers to the reformed or Calvinist doctrine that salvation is the single action of God. God saves us, rather than a combination of the will of God and the will of human beings. That is referred to as “synergism.” So anyway, this is a website produced and overseen by reformed or Calvinistic Christians. However, even if you don’t like that, there are still some killer resources on here. Continue reading Tim Keller’s Sermons on the Psalms
In the last few posts I discussed the five purposes of small groups at High Point church. Our vision for small groups is for them to be Christ centered, transformational communities. The five purposes and practices of small groups are designed to build these communities.
To review, the 5 purposes are:
2. Spiritual growth
4. Supporting mission
In part one I broke down in some detail the practice of community. The second purpose and practice of small group community is spiritual growth. In part two we talked about the importance of the gospel and the Bible in spiritual growth. Much more could be said about that.
In this post I want to talk about Purpose 3: Prayer
Continue reading Five Purposes & Practices of Small Groups: 3. PRAYER